Since my baby’s birth I literally have no extra time and I left this site abandoned, but fear no more cause I’m back!! First off, I want to say this adoption was the most amazing experience ever and I can’t wait to share more about it, please let me know if you want to know … Continue reading HomeChef food delivery! This is a big Hell YES!!
I'm very grateful my family has been very supportive in our adoption, as well as my couples family. They are very excited for us, and they are looking forward to meeting Clyde, who should be here anytime this week, the problem is that many times people don't realize they are saying or doing highly offensive … Continue reading 8 Things to Never Ask Adoptive or Future Adoptive Parents.
I'm adopting a baby. A super tiny baby. It's a newborn! How I met the family? I'll let that for another post, but long story short, we Agency showed our profile to this pregnant girl. She was looking for a young, cool couple and she found us, hehe. We travel to visit her and her … Continue reading FREE baby stuff, samples and coupons!
I know, I know. You must be thinking, what's this all about? Let me talk a little bit about what I do. I am a 27 years old Chilean woman, currently living in the States. I work as an independent designer. When I say designer, I mean it in its whole context. I literally design, … Continue reading Heavy Metal gear for alternative babes. Why, what, how?
Ok, so there's an important issue we have to address! Unbelievably, no federal law exists which requires disclosure of ingredients in tampons and pads. This means women are left in the dark about what ingredients they are putting on some of the most sensitive and absorptive tissue on their body. That’s why Women's Voices for the … Continue reading It’s time to care about feminine care. Period!!
Oh, Japan... So many good things to say about you: Excitement, lights, okonomiyaki, 24 hours open businesses, street drinking, loudness... Oh yes, so loud but at the same time so goddamn retracted!! So my flight arrived late in the night, however, nothing stopped us from meeting people and partying. There he was: The cutest Japanese I've … Continue reading The Japanese Experience